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Charles Ogletree is on the road for Obama

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Charles Ogletree is featured in Eugene Jarecki’s new documentary, “The House I Live In,” about the country’s war on drugs, but the celebrated Harvard law professor won’t be at Friday’s special screening at the Kendall Square Cinema. We’re told “’Tree,’’ as he’s known to friends, is busy traveling in support of his friend and former student, President Obama. But Jarecki will be there talking about the doc, winner of the 2012 Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.

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